Coffee Osteoporosis?

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Coffee Osteoporosis?

Have you noticed that after drinking coffee you will feel pain in urination? That’s because of the effects of caffeine.

Issues that used to be drunk on social media and is still widespread on a regular basis is the rumor that Drinking coffee causes the body to reduce calcium absorption. As a result, osteoporosis occurs.

Pharmacy Informatics Service Cooperation Network,  Ph.D. Payom Wongphuwarak, Prince of  Songkla University Explaining this in an easy-to-understand way concludes that Coffee may reduce calcium absorption, but not as much as 2-3 mg per cup.

Calcium is absorbed well in an acidic environment. Therefore,  drugs that alkalize the intestines such as antacids and acid suppressants such as cimetidine, ranitidine, famotidine and omep. Sol separately to reduce calcium absorption

As for coffee, some studies have found an increase in urinary calcium excretion up to 3 hours after drinking coffee.

However, the loss of calcium in the body from coffee drinking results in elderly people who have inadequate calcium intake. But for young people getting enough calcium is not very effective.

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Does caffeine contribute to osteoporosis?

People with osteoporosis have low bone mineral density and bone mass, placing them at increased risk of bone fractures.

Some studies have explored the effects of caffeine on osteoporosis, but they have produced conflicting conclusions. Although some research suggests that caffeine interferes with calcium absorption, it is unclear whether and how it affects bone health.

At present, there is not enough evidence to conclude that consuming caffeine — in any quantity — contributes to osteoporosis.

Read more to learn about how caffeine affects bone health. What the research says, and how to promote strong bones.